New president for the ARA

Wednesday, 01 March, 2017

The Australian Refrigeration Association (ARA) has a new president — Ian Tuena.

Following on from Tim Edwards’ term as ARA president, the association will continue to investigate improvements in HVACR services in Australia — especially the potential of natural refrigerant-based technology, which can deliver cost savings and emission reductions.

As Edwards advised: “The amendments to the Montreal Protocol call for global adoption of high-efficiency, low-emissions HVACR technology. Australia has the ability and need to lead this opportunity in the national interest… now.”

Contact the ARA if you are interested in contributing to the implementation of natural refrigerant-based technology to improve the carbon footprint of HVACR installations (email:

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